Perserverance LSCE 2 Rachel P6
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Yes but express it with more emotion
It took a few days and lots of patience to memorize my monologue. I had to be loud enough and pronounce my words clearly and with emotion.
Yet here Laertes?
Oh boy now Laertes gets the advice
I was very nervous on the day of the audition. I tried to practice my monologue anytime I could, on the bus, in study hall, and during lunch.
I don't want to be your friend anymore. You're mean now.
After school I went down to the drama club room with all my homework, books, and my backpack. We were told to fill out a form and to work on something quietly until our names were called. My name was called first.
To start with we were assigned a role for the outtake of Hamlet. I was a narrator named Eric. We were asked to preform our monologues.
I said my monologue last. It was called Best Friends. It was the longest and hardest monologue to memorize.
Three days later I went to the Drama Club board to see if I got into the play. When I saw that my name wasn't on the board I applied to technical crew. Through the experience I learned that you have to work hard and try your best, even if you don't succeed.
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